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Tuke, Daniel Hacklocked

(1827–1895)
  • Anne Digby

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Tuke, Daniel Hack (1827–1895), physician and writer on psychological medicine, was born on 19 April 1827 at St Lawrence Street, York, the youngest of the thirteen children of Samuel Tuke (1784–1857), asylum reformer and Quaker philanthropist, and his wife, Priscilla (1784–1827), daughter of ...

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